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thread338-286488: Internal Corrosion for dry CO2 pipelines
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I am interested to know about the final design of the CO2 export pipeline. As long as the CO2 is in supercritical stage, no water drop out is expected. But, how the start-up and shut down conditions were managed i.e., if the pressure & temperature combination is lower than triple point liquids (CO2 and water) expected to drop out. If any pipeline blowdown scenarios considered, the liquids with low temperature may be an issue.

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